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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE Auyusl 15. 1973 Who says it's a one-horse An old stagecoach driven by Ron Carroll and a decided to use the coach to help promote its products at ch'jckwogon driven by John Van Noord created quite a the Canadian National which begins today. stir among passing motorists in A brewery has 'Dangerous if he doesn't want to' Tricia Nixon defends dad WASHINGTON Tricia Nixon Cox is quoted as saying know my father will never give up this tapes because that would be something that is completely alien to our system of In an interview published in the Washington the president's older daughter is quoted as he were to give up those can you imagine what would be asked for They could ask for because ths precedent would be and it would be a terribly dangerous precedent to set if the president was re- quired to give up his papsrs and psrsonal if he didn't want The tapes are recordings of key conversations involving Nixon and his aides during the months following the Watergate breai-in. They are being -sought through court action by special prosecutor Arhibald Cox and by the Senate Watergate com- mittee. The White House is arguing against their release. In response to a Mrs. Cox is reported as saying Nixon let former aide H. R. Haldeman listen to certain tapes because Haldeman had been at the particular meetings and the tapes were to refresh his memory. Haldeman told the Senate the had also been sent tapes of meet- ings which he did not but dscided not to listen to those. Mrs. Cox said she believes the taping was begun for histor- ical purposes. fledged junkies located in grade school TORONTO drug consultant for schools in borough of North York says Monday he has found he has found fledged in Grades 4 and 6. Martien special pro- grams consultant for the North York Board of told a seminar at the Addiciation Re- search Foundation that there are alcohol- ics aged 15 to He said despite reports to the drug use in Metropoli- tan Toronto schools has not de- clined. Mr. Coffeng said that al- though some politicians claim that by lowering the drinking age to young people switched from drugs to this was really not the case. In- stead some students were merely adding alcohol to the chemicals they use. Mr. Coffeng said there are few heroin addicts in the schools because dope ad- dicts can hack it in In one school he said 12 to 15 were expelled for a variety of reasons. he said there are up to 20 drug crisis cases in North York schools every month. Dr. Wendi a London blamed the medical profession for a large portion of prescription drug misuses. PINK OR YELLOW LIBERTY STRAWBERRY POTATO FACIAL TISSUES 200s 2 ply pkgs. CHOICE GRADE 19-FL. OZ. TINS We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities SEEDLESS KEEN GRAPES 'A FAMILY FAVORITE' VALUES EFFECTIVE 'TIL CLOSING AUGUST 1973. 'FRESHER BY FAR1 PIZZA CHIPITS BURGERS ICED TEA KRAFT CHEESE 39-oz. net wt. pkg. SEMI SWEET net wt. pkg. DR. BALLARD'S 36-ez. net wt. pkg. NABOB 13-oz. net wt. jar 89 M.C.P. FROZEN. ASSORTED FLAVOURS FRUIT DRINKS 6-fl. oz. tins DR. BALLARD'S CAT FOOD LIVER 15-oz. net wt. tins------- PRUNE PLUMS 2' 59 TOMATOES CANADA NO. 1 GRADE.........Ib. 39 HEAD LETTUCE SP-L25 WITH THIS COUPON YOU MAY PURCHASE 6-3-OZ. PKGS. NABOB JELLY POWDERS FOR ONLY COUPON EFECTIVE TIL CLOSING AUGUST 1973 AT L-MART ONLY. ;